Summer Sounds Bluff returns to the Gunpit

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Musicians (from left) Nepia Ruwhiu, Sam Cullen, and The Salty Birds - Jake McQuarrie, Ma Bradshaw and Darcy Keir at last year's Bluff Summer Sounds held at The Gunpit on Bluff Hill.

Summer Sounds Bluff returns this year with a great line up ready to perform on Sunday, January 31, at the Gunpit on Bluff Hill/Motupohue.

Three acts were scheduled to perform from 2pm with Triple Shot, Concrete Angels, featuring the boys from Midnight Cruise and Renee from Ramblin’ Rosie’s, and Bluff performer Darcy Kerr, the 2020 Southland Musician of the Year all on this year’s bill.

Carl Mills will emcee the concert in the idyllic setting which had proven to be a fantastic concert venue since it was first used for a Summer Sounds concert several years ago.

Access to the Gunpit (pictured left) could be gained from either Gunpit Rd, Bluff, or Stirling Point.

A Bluff Promotions event, Summer Sounds Bluff was supported by the Creative Communities Scheme, Bluff Engineering and Welding, iHire Invercargill and the Department of Conservation.

Although there was no admission fee, organisers would appreciate a koha (donation) to help defray expenses associated with the event.Running sneakersPatike

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